Another plea for help
owensavill at compuserve.com
Thu Aug 17 23:30:15 BST 2000
I am begining to think you're right !
The problem is gcc-2.96-52 has better STL support
Oh well, can't have everything :-(
On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, you wrote:
> OS wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I realise that this is not directly applicable to kdevelop but.....
> > I have moved to the very latest Red Hat gcc-2.96-52 along with their cpp
> > I have a simple web page renderer written in C. Building this single file
> > program with this latest gcc results in it NOT executing on the remote server !
> > Well to be more accurate I don't know if it is not running or just not
> > outputing anything ! It is neither writing to stdout nor to a file, that's for
> > sure !
> > It runs locally, not in a server domain, I mean just running it from the
> > command line and watching the HTML spewing out into the console.
> > I was running gcc-2.95-9mdk, which worked fine. But I have also seen these
> > symptoms with a Mandrake version, I can't however remember which one.
> > What could have been done to gcc that allows programs to run locally but not
> > when called via a script on a remote Apache server ?
> > Any help would be appreciated since it is a real pain having to switch
> > compilers !
> > Thanks,
> > Owen
> I know your not going to appreciate this, but I've found it risky doing updates.
> Like the
> old saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!" My suggestion would be to
> take your lumps and go back to the old compiler.
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